Koscienski & Pisano take the top spot at Hellbender Books with “The Devil’s Influence”

Koscienski & Pisano take the top spot at Hellbender Books with “The Devil’s Influence”

HELLBENDER BOOKS – Bestsellers for November 2018 (by Revenue)
Rank Prior Title Author Category
1 The Devil’s Influence Koscienski & Pisano Dark Fantasy
2 1 Dark Entry John Kachuba Supernatural Thriller
3 2 The Keeper of the Crows Kyle Alexander Romines Supernatural Thriller
4 10 The Devil Tree Keith Rommel Supernatural Thriller
5 The Ridge of War Thomas Malafarina Horror
6 The Ridge of Change Thomas Malafarina Horror
7 The Ridge of Death Thomas Malafarina Horror
8 9 The Devil Tree II Keith Rommel Supernatural Thriller
9 The Ripper’s Hellbroth Michael Hawley Supernatural Thriller
10 3 Rated Z: Money Shot Brahm Stroker Horror Parody
Koscienski and Pisano’s “The Devil’s Influence” debuts to #1 at Hellbender Books for May

Koscienski and Pisano’s “The Devil’s Influence” debuts to #1 at Hellbender Books for May

MECHANICSBURG, Pa. —  Sunbury Press has released the bestsellers list for May for its horror/thriller imprint, HELLBENDER BOOKS. Brian Koscienski and Chris Pisano took the first and fifth spots with the two books in the Vengeful Prince Saga trilogy: The Devil’s Influence (book 2 – just released) and The Devil’s Grasp (book 1). Kyle Alexander Romine’s The Keeper of the Crows was bumped to 2nd.  Keith Rommel claimed the rest of the list with his supernatural thriller White River Monster in 3rd followed by recently-released crime thriller Southside Sinners in the 4th.

 

HELLBENDER BOOKS – Bestsellers for May 2018 (by Revenue)
Rank Prior Title Author Category
1 NEW The Devil’s Influence Brian Koscienski & Chris Pisano Dark Fantasy
2 1 The Keeper of the Crows Kyle Alexander Romines Supernatural Thriller
3 White River Monster Keith Rommel Supernatural Thriller
4 3 Southside Sinners Keith Rommel Crime Thriller
5 The Devil’s Grasp Brian Koscienski & Chris Pisano Dark Fantasy

Koscienski & Pisano were supported by author events at conventions. Romine’s book was supported by author activities.  Rommel was helped by recent movie releases and social media outreach.